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Ultimate History - Best All-Time Teams [message #141419] Thu, 30 April 2015 16:42 Go to next message
Joe Seidler
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Location: San Francisco
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I updated the Ultimate History website showing the Best All-Time Club and College Teams to include a new way of trying to calculate the results. I would love any feedback:
http://ultimatehistory.com/stats/team-all-time-rankings/

Many thanks,
Joe Seidler
(my email is on the website)
Re: Ultimate History - Best All-Time Teams [message #141424 is a reply to message #141419] Mon, 04 May 2015 22:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joe Seidler
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Registered: September 2008
Location: San Francisco
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On Thursday, April 30, 2015 at 4:42:33 PM UTC-7, Joe Seidler wrote:
> I updated the Ultimate History website showing the Best All-Time Club and College Teams to include a new way of trying to calculate the results. I would love any feedback:
> http://ultimatehistory.com/stats/team-all-time-rankings/
>
> Many thanks,
> Joe Seidler
> (my email is on the website)

I added the list of Top 20 club teams (previously I only had the Top 10).
Re: Ultimate History - Best All-Time Teams [message #141435 is a reply to message #141424] Mon, 11 May 2015 14:52 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joe Seidler
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Registered: September 2008
Location: San Francisco
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Best Men's Club Teams:
Ranking the best teams depends on the timeframe. From the "point system" I created, the results are below. Here's a link to the all-time Top 20 Teams on the Ultimate History website:
http://ultimatehistory.com/stats/team-all-time-rankings/
Joe Seidler


1980-1989:
1. Windy City
2. Tunas
3. NYNY
4. Condors
5. Flying Circus
6. Tsunami

1985-1994:
1. NYNY
2. Windy City
3. Tsunami
3. Titanic
5. Flying Circus
6. Double Happiness

1990-1999:
1. DoG
2. NYNY
3. Sockeye
4. Double Happiness
5. Ring of Fire
6. Condors

1995-2004:
1. DoG
2. Condors
3. Furious George
4. Sockeye
5. Ring of Fire
6. JAM

2000-2009:
1. Furious George
2. Sockeye
3. JAM
4. Condors
5. Johnny Bravo
6. Chain Lightning

2005-2014:
1. Revolver
2. Sockeye
3. Ironside
4. Johnny Bravo
5. Chain Lightning
6. JAM
6. Furious George

1977-2014 (all-time; with max. of 13 continuous years):
1. DoG ('94-'06)
2. NYNY ('87-'93)
3. Sockeye ('02-'14)
4. Furious George ('98-'07)
5. Condors ('77-'88)
6. Revolver ('06-'14)
6. Windy City ('82-'93)
8. Condors ('97-'05)
9. JAM ('99-'09)
10. Ironside ('08-'14)
Re: Ultimate History - Best All-Time Teams [message #141436 is a reply to message #141424] Tue, 12 May 2015 09:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joe Seidler
Messages: 482
Registered: September 2008
Location: San Francisco
Senior Member
Best Men's Club Teams:
Ranking the best teams depends on the timeframe. From the "point system for Nationals finishes" I created, the results are below. Here's a link to the all-time Top 20 Teams on the Ultimate History website:
http://ultimatehistory.com/stats/team-all-time-rankings/
Joe


1977-1984:
1. Condors
2. Glassboro
3. Tunas
4. Windy City

1980-1989:
1. Windy City
2. Tunas
3. NYNY
4. Condors
5. Flying Circus
6. Tsunami

1985-1994:
1. NYNY
2. Windy City
3. Tsunami
3. Titanic
5. Flying Circus
6. Double Happiness

1990-1999:
1. DoG
2. NYNY
3. Sockeye
4. Double Happiness
5. Ring of Fire
6. Condors

1995-2004:
1. DoG
2. Condors
3. Furious George
4. Sockeye
5. Ring of Fire
6. JAM

2000-2009:
1. Furious George
2. Sockeye
3. JAM
4. Condors
5. Johnny Bravo
6. Chain Lightning

2005-2014:
1. Revolver
2. Sockeye
3. Ironside
4. Johnny Bravo
5. Chain Lightning
6. JAM
6. Furious George

1977-2014 (all-time; with max. of 13 continuous years):
1. DoG ('94-'06)
2. NYNY ('87-'93)
3. Sockeye ('02-'14)
4. Furious George ('98-'07)
5. Condors ('77-'88)
6. Revolver ('06-'14)
6. Windy City ('82-'93)
8. Condors ('97-'05)
9. JAM ('99-'09)
10. Ironside ('08-'14)
Re: Ultimate History - Best All-Time Teams [message #141460 is a reply to message #141436] Tue, 07 July 2015 04:35 Go to previous messageGo to next message
jt
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Registered: February 2009
Member
On Tuesday, May 12, 2015 at 12:07:56 PM UTC-4, Joe Seidler wrote:
> Best Men's Club Teams:
> Ranking the best teams depends on the timeframe. From the "point system for Nationals finishes" I created, the results are below. Here's a link to the all-time Top 20 Teams on the Ultimate History website:
> http://ultimatehistory.com/stats/team-all-time-rankings/
> Joe
>
>
> 1977-1984:
> 1. Condors
> 2. Glassboro
> 3. Tunas
> 4. Windy City
>
> 1980-1989:
> 1. Windy City
> 2. Tunas
> 3. NYNY
> 4. Condors
> 5. Flying Circus
> 6. Tsunami
>
> 1985-1994:
> 1. NYNY
> 2. Windy City
> 3. Tsunami
> 3. Titanic
> 5. Flying Circus
> 6. Double Happiness
>
> 1990-1999:
> 1. DoG
> 2. NYNY
> 3. Sockeye
> 4. Double Happiness
> 5. Ring of Fire
> 6. Condors
>
> 1995-2004:
> 1. DoG
> 2. Condors
> 3. Furious George
> 4. Sockeye
> 5. Ring of Fire
> 6. JAM
>
> 2000-2009:
> 1. Furious George
> 2. Sockeye
> 3. JAM
> 4. Condors
> 5. Johnny Bravo
> 6. Chain Lightning
>
> 2005-2014:
> 1. Revolver
> 2. Sockeye
> 3. Ironside
> 4. Johnny Bravo
> 5. Chain Lightning
> 6. JAM
> 6. Furious George
>
> 1977-2014 (all-time; with max. of 13 continuous years):
> 1. DoG ('94-'06)
> 2. NYNY ('87-'93)
> 3. Sockeye ('02-'14)
> 4. Furious George ('98-'07)
> 5. Condors ('77-'88)
> 6. Revolver ('06-'14)
> 6. Windy City ('82-'93)
> 8. Condors ('97-'05)
> 9. JAM ('99-'09)
> 10. Ironside ('08-'14)

Joe,
I was looking thru your data and noticed an omission. The UNCW 1996 squad missed semis due to point differential (was 4-1 beating UCSB and losing to Carleton which finished 1-2). You did however give Stanford a Q and left ours blank (per history on UPA/USAU both tied 5th). That might move us up one spot over Oregon, I think.

I know this site is rarely checked but I do hope it finds you.
JT
Re: Ultimate History - Best All-Time Teams [message #141461 is a reply to message #141436] Tue, 07 July 2015 04:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
jt
Messages: 65
Registered: February 2009
Member
On Tuesday, May 12, 2015 at 12:07:56 PM UTC-4, Joe Seidler wrote:
> Best Men's Club Teams:
> Ranking the best teams depends on the timeframe. From the "point system for Nationals finishes" I created, the results are below. Here's a link to the all-time Top 20 Teams on the Ultimate History website:
> http://ultimatehistory.com/stats/team-all-time-rankings/
> Joe
>
>
> 1977-1984:
> 1. Condors
> 2. Glassboro
> 3. Tunas
> 4. Windy City
>
> 1980-1989:
> 1. Windy City
> 2. Tunas
> 3. NYNY
> 4. Condors
> 5. Flying Circus
> 6. Tsunami
>
> 1985-1994:
> 1. NYNY
> 2. Windy City
> 3. Tsunami
> 3. Titanic
> 5. Flying Circus
> 6. Double Happiness
>
> 1990-1999:
> 1. DoG
> 2. NYNY
> 3. Sockeye
> 4. Double Happiness
> 5. Ring of Fire
> 6. Condors
>
> 1995-2004:
> 1. DoG
> 2. Condors
> 3. Furious George
> 4. Sockeye
> 5. Ring of Fire
> 6. JAM
>
> 2000-2009:
> 1. Furious George
> 2. Sockeye
> 3. JAM
> 4. Condors
> 5. Johnny Bravo
> 6. Chain Lightning
>
> 2005-2014:
> 1. Revolver
> 2. Sockeye
> 3. Ironside
> 4. Johnny Bravo
> 5. Chain Lightning
> 6. JAM
> 6. Furious George
>
> 1977-2014 (all-time; with max. of 13 continuous years):
> 1. DoG ('94-'06)
> 2. NYNY ('87-'93)
> 3. Sockeye ('02-'14)
> 4. Furious George ('98-'07)
> 5. Condors ('77-'88)
> 6. Revolver ('06-'14)
> 6. Windy City ('82-'93)
> 8. Condors ('97-'05)
> 9. JAM ('99-'09)
> 10. Ironside ('08-'14)

Joe,
I was looking thru your data and noticed an omission. The UNCW 1996 squad missed semis due to point differential (was 4-1 beating UCSB and losing to Carleton which finished 1-2). You did however give Stanford a Q and left ours blank (per history on UPA/USAU both tied 5th). That might move us up one spot over Oregon or at least tie us, I think.

I know this site is rarely checked but I do hope it finds you.
JT
Re: Ultimate History - Best All-Time Teams [message #141462 is a reply to message #141461] Tue, 07 July 2015 11:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joe Seidler
Messages: 482
Registered: September 2008
Location: San Francisco
Senior Member
> Joe,
> I was looking thru your data and noticed an omission. The UNCW 1996 squad missed semis due to point differential (was 4-1 beating UCSB and losing to Carleton which finished 1-2). You did however give Stanford a Q and left ours blank (per history on UPA/USAU both tied 5th). That might move us up one spot over Oregon or at least tie us, I think.
>
> I know this site is rarely checked but I do hope it finds you.
> JT

Thanks. I corrected 1996, but I discovered I had UNCW as a semifinalist in 1997 and they lost in the quarters. So I corrected that too.

Please email me:
joe(at)seidler(dot)com
Re: Ultimate History - Best All-Time Teams [message #141464 is a reply to message #141419] Sat, 11 July 2015 01:43 Go to previous message
Joe Seidler
Messages: 482
Registered: September 2008
Location: San Francisco
Senior Member
I updated the Best All-Time College Teams to show the Top 20:
http://ultimatehistory.com/stats/team-all-time-rankings/
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